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Pork Belly Shiokouji (S$24.50++/set, S$19.50/ ala carte)Grilled Yongenton Silky Pork Belly Marinated with Shio-KoujiServed with Plain Rice, Miso Soup, Chawanmushi, Pickles for set.The meat was very tender.Katsutoji (S$23++/set, S$18++/ala carte)Crispy Breaded Yongenton Silky Pork Loin Cutlet in Steamy Hot Pot (Mellow Soy sauce)Served with Plain Rice, Miso Soup, Chawanmushi, Pickles for set. Although it looked mushy, there was a nice crunch of texture.Seiro Soba (S$10.50++)Hand-made sobaAfter fin
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Pork Belly Shiokouji (S$24.50++/set, S$19.50/ ala carte)
Grilled Yongenton Silky Pork Belly Marinated with Shio-Kouji
Served with Plain Rice, Miso Soup, Chawanmushi, Pickles for set.
The meat was very tender.
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Katsutoji (S$23++/set, S$18++/ala carte)
Crispy Breaded Yongenton Silky Pork Loin Cutlet in Steamy Hot Pot (Mellow Soy sauce)
Served with Plain Rice, Miso Soup, Chawanmushi, Pickles for set.
Although it looked mushy, there was a nice crunch of texture.
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Seiro Soba (S$10.50++)
Hand-made soba
After finished the noodles, there was hot broth (water used to cook the noodle) to pour into the sauce and drink.
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Pumpkin Parfait (S$8.50++)
Pumpkin paste made from Hokkaido Pumpkin, castella cake, corn flakes, topped with fried pumpkin cubes, milk ice cream, chunky red bean paste, butter cookies, and more pumpkin paste.
Rich and creamy with pumpkin's natural sweetness, plus crunchy texture from corn flakes and honey sweet pumpkin cubes.

Don't forget to check out J Passport mobile application to redeem a complimentary Seasonal Special Pumpkin Parfait at Ootoya Japanese Restaurant (Singapore)

Link : http://bit.ly/ootoya_parfait
- Valid from 8th Jan to 31st Jan 2019
- Limited to one per account per visit
- Minimium order of one (1) meal per pax required
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Chawanmushi: This was alright but if you don't like clams, then maybe you won't like this. There were 3 clams inside this little bowl of steamed eggs. Because M can't eat so I had like 6. Lol!Toji Set: It's been so, so long since I had good toji apart from my old favourite at Tonkichi (but I don't go there now because of the price increase). This Katsu Toji (loin, which means the one with more fats) isn't too bad. Salty enough, but a little tad too fatty for my liking. Just to be fair, I don't e
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Chawanmushi: This was alright but if you don't like clams, then maybe you won't like this. There were 3 clams inside this little bowl of steamed eggs. Because M can't eat so I had like 6. Lol!

Toji Set: It's been so, so long since I had good toji apart from my old favourite at Tonkichi (but I don't go there now because of the price increase). This Katsu Toji (loin, which means the one with more fats) isn't too bad. Salty enough, but a little tad too fatty for my liking. Just to be fair, I don't eat roasted pork so you can gauge from there my liking for fats. It should be $23 for this set.

Food was pretty decent for the price we're paying. I was happy with my Toji set. However, the store is a little small so it's better to go earlier if you're going in groups of 6 or more. 

See full review here with photos http://www.pepperminter.com/2014/10/japanese-ootoya-restaurant.html
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It used to be quite popular with never ending queue. One had to queue for at least 30 minutes for a table during meal times. But with new restaurants popping out around, the queue is no longer around. The Japanese family style restaurant specializes in teishoku (set meals that come with rice and soup). It has an open concept kitchen when one can see the cooks at work, while dining at the main table. There is also booth seats available too.We are served hot green tea which is refillable.As both o
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It used to be quite popular with never ending queue. One had to queue for at least 30 minutes for a table during meal times. But with new restaurants popping out around, the queue is no longer around. The Japanese family style restaurant specializes in teishoku (set meals that come with rice and soup). It has an open concept kitchen when one can see the cooks at work, while dining at the main table. There is also booth seats available too.
Green Tea
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We are served hot green tea which is refillable.
Chawanmushi
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As both of us order set meal, which comes with chawanmushi. It tastes smooth and light.
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Cheese Burger ($20/ Set, $15/ A La Carte)
Charcoal Grilled Homemade Hamburger Steak with Tomato, Cheese and Basil Sauce
The hamburger steak is quite juicy and meaty, and goes quite well with the plain looking tomato sauce.
Steam Rice with Scallop Set
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Steam Rice with Scallop and Soup ($19.50/ Set, $11.50/ Steam Rice with Scallop, $7/ Soup)
For the set, it comes with a choice of "Egg Soup" or Vegetable Soup".
Vegetable Soup
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I have the vegetable soup which is quite gluey with lots of vegetables such as carrots, dried bean curd, okra and daikon.
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The steam rice is served in a bamboo steamer over a small stove. The rice (mixed with seaweed) is very soft and gives a hint of taste of the sea. The scallops are quite juicy.

Overall the food is still great as before. Service is not bad too. A great and quiet place to have good & affordable Japanese food in Orchard area.

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2014-07-27
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2014-03-11 182 views
I love to eat at this restaurant. They sell reasonably priced delicious Japanese food. There are many variety to choose from. I ordered the chicken cutlet set. The chicken cutlet is fried till crispy but not too dry. Some places fried till very dry and tough. Cones with salad. They use traditional Japanese vegetables for the salad, some restaurant replace with local vegetables. Hence the salad is good with assembly dressing. I live the purple grain rice. Very delicious authentic Japanese rice al
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I love to eat at this restaurant. They sell reasonably priced delicious Japanese food. There are many variety to choose from. I ordered the chicken cutlet set. The chicken cutlet is fried till crispy but not too dry. Some places fried till very dry and tough. Cones with salad. They use traditional Japanese vegetables for the salad, some restaurant replace with local vegetables. Hence the salad is good with assembly dressing. I live the purple grain rice. Very delicious authentic Japanese rice also comes with a miso soup and a small side. Total cost about $22
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2014-02-16 107 views
Done in comfortable and earthly hues of brown and white, embracing rich Japanese interior designs, this clean-cut restaurant was a soothing, relaxing atmosphere for lovers of Japanese food lovers - gatherings for friends, family meals etc, all suitable.While awaiting main courses, we were served tiny dishes of starters - Kimchi (a traditional Korean fermented vegetables made with a variety of seasonings, tasting spicy and sour at the same time) and black beans with seaweed. Both were sumptuous
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Done in comfortable and earthly hues of brown and white, embracing rich Japanese interior designs, this clean-cut restaurant was a soothing, relaxing atmosphere for lovers of Japanese food lovers - gatherings for friends, family meals etc, all suitable.

While awaiting main courses, we were served tiny dishes of starters - Kimchi (a traditional Korean fermented vegetables made with a variety of seasonings, tasting spicy and sour at the same time) and black beans with seaweed. Both were sumptuous starters, appetite whetting for sure.

Next came my hot, sizzling pot of Mixed Grain Chicken Porridge cooked with Soy Milk - yes, it is nutritious and sumptuous at the same time. The thick, gooey porridge filled with a mixture of grains - filled the mouth with stickness deliciousness. The chicken was tender and brocooli soft; I finished every single grain of this dish.

For more detailed information and photos, do pop by:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2013/12/lunch-at-ootoya-japanese-restaurant.html
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Recommendation by colleague to try out this Japanese restaurant due to their wide range of dishes , set meals etc. The restaurant is well deco and welcome by the staff once entering the place , the seat is cosy and the place is spacious. We ordered 2 set of Buta Shio Koji jyu @S$23.50 for set meal. The grilled pork loin marinated with shio koji sauce and served with potatoes and vegetables. The pork loin is tender and the meat is juicy as well. The chawanmushi that came with the set , the textu
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Recommendation by colleague to try out this Japanese restaurant due to their wide range of dishes , set meals etc. The restaurant is well deco and welcome by the staff once entering the place , the seat is cosy and the place is spacious.

We ordered 2 set of Buta Shio Koji jyu @S$23.50 for set meal. The grilled pork loin marinated with shio koji sauce and served with potatoes and vegetables. The pork loin is tender and the meat is juicy as well. The chawanmushi that came with the set , the texture is smooth and melt in your mouth . The broth is a bit salty.
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I chanced upon Ootoya, because in comparison with the other Japanese restaurants at Orchard Central, it seemed to be more fairly priced for normal income people like me.The food menu comes with lotza pretty photographs that you are simply spolit for choices, dunno what to choose! And ya for big eater, they also give free top-up of rice... Really cool!Our orders:Side dish including mushrooms, prawns and lotus rootGrilled fishCharcoal Grilled Pork
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I chanced upon Ootoya, because in comparison with the other Japanese restaurants at Orchard Central, it seemed to be more fairly priced for normal income people like me.

The food menu comes with lotza pretty photographs that you are simply spolit for choices, dunno what to choose! And ya for big eater, they also give free top-up of rice... Really cool!

Our orders:
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Side dish including mushrooms, prawns and lotus root
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Grilled fish
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Charcoal Grilled Pork
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This place has quite a homely ambience which I like. The ambience was matched with the presentation of the food, which just makes one feel rather warm. However, prices are not really cheap though.I ordered the ebi seiro set, which comprised of steamed rice with tiny shrimps, some grated pumpkin, pickles, miso soup and some cabbage soup. The tiny shrimps were mildly flavored but still a joy to eat with the warm rice. The miso soup is one of the nicest I ever had, it was packed with some tofu and
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This place has quite a homely ambience which I like. The ambience was matched with the presentation of the food, which just makes one feel rather warm. However, prices are not really cheap though.

I ordered the ebi seiro set, which comprised of steamed rice with tiny shrimps, some grated pumpkin, pickles, miso soup and some cabbage soup.

The tiny shrimps were mildly flavored but still a joy to eat with the warm rice. The miso soup is one of the nicest I ever had, it was packed with some tofu and chicken bits too! As for the cabbage soup, well, I am not a fan of soggy overcooked cabbage, so I did not enjoy it.

Overall, the meal just makes one feel satisfied without the sin of health damaging 'bad food'.

I will definitely come back here again!
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This was my first time coming to ootoya for dinner. Really love the ambience here, very suitable for couples to dine in together. We ordered pork cutlet with egg set and cold soba. Both were really good. The pork cutlet isn't too hard and the gravy is really nice. The cold soba is one of the best i ever had in singapore! It has this very soft texture and very chewy. Can't really describe it but it is just different from those i had in other japanese restaurant. Its a must try Also, the service
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This was my first time coming to ootoya for dinner. Really love the ambience here, very suitable for couples to dine in together.

We ordered pork cutlet with egg set and cold soba. Both were really good. The pork cutlet isn't too hard and the gravy is really nice. The cold soba is one of the best i ever had in singapore! It has this very soft texture and very chewy. Can't really describe it but it is just different from those i had in other japanese restaurant. Its a must try


Also, the service is really good. The staffs are mostly japanese and they are very attentive and always smiling. I will definitely come back again.
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I had heard good things about Ootoya, and after checking a few blogs to be sure of its quality, I decided to visit it. I went on a Thursday night and I was rather worried that it would be full, but thank goodness, it wasn't too crowded. The set up consists of a 'bar area' where customers could sit in a large square on the floor - a little open concept I guess - and a normal booth area. I was directed to the booth area, where I settled myself.Ootoya had a set menu concept, where all its items wer
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I had heard good things about Ootoya, and after checking a few blogs to be sure of its quality, I decided to visit it. I went on a Thursday night and I was rather worried that it would be full, but thank goodness, it wasn't too crowded. The set up consists of a 'bar area' where customers could sit in a large square on the floor - a little open concept I guess - and a normal booth area. I was directed to the booth area, where I settled myself.

Ootoya had a set menu concept, where all its items were set items which came with refillable rice and miso soup. It seemed simple enough, and I got a Katsu nabe set- basically a pork cultet with egg on top set in a light soup broth- that came with rice, miso soup and a small pickled dish.
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How my katsu set looked like, it was quite a large portion and smelt really good!
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A close up heh. The pork cutlet was really flavourful and the breadcrumbs were nicely fried, although they soon got a little soggy because of the broth/gravy, but that was fine. I think my dish was quite good actually, but what irritated me quite a bit was the saltiness of the broth. It was so salty, I had to eat every piece of meat with a lot of rice, because the meat had soaked up quite a bit of gravy. In the end, I ate almost two bowls of rice -.-
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The chawanmushi also came with the set, and was really small
Other than that though, it was fine. Although it wasn't anything to rave about, it wasn't bad either, so I was fine with that.

I think the food is not bad, and at a price of $21 I think it's quite reasonable. The only peeve that I had was the saltiness of the broth, but other than that, not bad. Will I come back? I might, but I definitely wouldn't get the nabe set again.
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When someone mention Japanese restaurant to you, I’m pretty sure the first thing that comes into your mind will be sushi, sashimi and yakitori. However, at Ootoya Japanese restaurant, they serve up healthy, authentic, and value for money home-cook style Japanese food.I ordered the Ootoya Special Dish Set ($15.00, 990kcal) as it’s said to be one of their signature dishes. It’s served with the combination of homemade croquette and deep-fried chicken with a sunny side up. This is an Ootoya’s sta
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When someone mention Japanese restaurant to you, I’m pretty sure the first thing that comes into your mind will be sushi, sashimi and yakitori. However, at Ootoya Japanese restaurant, they serve up healthy, authentic, and value for money home-cook style Japanese food.
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I ordered the Ootoya Special Dish Set ($15.00, 990kcal) as it’s said to be one of their signature dishes. It’s served with the combination of homemade croquette and deep-fried chicken with a sunny side up. This is an Ootoya’s staple dish with rice going along with simple yet delicious ingredients. As seen in the first picture, this dish is also served with appetizers, soup and salad. This is one very heart warming dish which may leave you home sick for your mum’s cooking.
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Some of the factors which attracted so many people to Ootoya would be the quality and the healthy, value for money food served here. It could also be their free flow of rice.

Overall, I enjoyed the food at Ootoya Japanese restaurant and the food left me an impression of dining in a town of Japan with friendly and warm service staffs. The food here never fails to surprise you with the authentic and delicious flavours it’s able to bring out from a humble looking dish.
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2013-06-20 17 views
This is one damn awesome dish! I think it's called the Buta Shiokojijyu which basically is BBQ pork with some special sauce (There always seem to be some special sauce in Japanese cuisine). The pork is the winning element of this dish. Tender, juicy and succulent, salty and oh so good! The delicious flavour rolls around on your tongue, and you pair it with the rice. Drooling just writing this. There is a scoop of mash potato and some vegetables with this dish but I would happily trade them all i
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This is one damn awesome dish! I think it's called the Buta Shiokojijyu which basically is BBQ pork with some special sauce (There always seem to be some special sauce in Japanese cuisine). The pork is the winning element of this dish. Tender, juicy and succulent, salty and oh so good! The delicious flavour rolls around on your tongue, and you pair it with the rice. Drooling just writing this. There is a scoop of mash potato and some vegetables with this dish but I would happily trade them all in for a few more extra slice of that pork!


However, due to the crowd at Orchard Central, it is very difficult to get the attention of the staff there so you have to be patient. Plus, if you go at peak hours, prepare to queue.
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I had dinner at the Orchard Central branch of Ootoyo and we were very lucky to get a table given that it was quite crowded that day (perhaps we had gone too late at around 8). I ordered the chargrilled chicken set that comes with a decent portion of tenderly grilled chicken, with a hard boiled egg, salad on the side, chawanmushi, and the standard rice +miso rice. This has always been my favourite value-for-money set that I've been consistently trying. The chicken is really nicely marinated and t
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I had dinner at the Orchard Central branch of Ootoyo and we were very lucky to get a table given that it was quite crowded that day (perhaps we had gone too late at around 8). I ordered the chargrilled chicken set that comes with a decent portion of tenderly grilled chicken, with a hard boiled egg, salad on the side, chawanmushi, and the standard rice +miso rice. This has always been my favourite value-for-money set that I've been consistently trying. The chicken is really nicely marinated and the sauce goes well with the taste. However, I didn't like that the hard boiled egg was literally, hard boiled, and it was cold and hard, not at all moist!

My company ordered the katsu toji, which is katsu drecnched in a japanese egg-gravy sauce. The sauce was surprisingly tasty and not too salty. The katsu was just average, (in my opinion; Tonkichi (just one level below) serves way better katsu!) but the sauce compensated for it.

Ambience wise it is not too bad for a chillout place after work, they also have promos for their Kirin drafts the last time I visited.
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I tried this restaurant two outlets, this and clementi mall's. But here I will just review about Orchard Central outlet. Do not observe the differences of the two outlets to comment much on that but both are as good Japanese food is one of my favourite genre of food. At this restaurant, their menu has quite a few types of different dishes and sets. I cannot remember the names of the sets I tried, but photos I upload will speak a thousands words. and they are delicious.
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I tried this restaurant two outlets, this and clementi mall's. But here I will just review about Orchard Central outlet. Do not observe the differences of the two outlets to comment much on that but both are as good

Japanese food is one of my favourite genre of food. At this restaurant, their menu has quite a few types of different dishes and sets. I cannot remember the names of the sets I tried, but photos I upload will speak a thousands words. and they are delicious.
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Ootoya Japanese Restaurant” located at Orchard Central. This restaurant is nicely designed as they make used of their area well even though they do not have much space for usage.Sumitoridon description on the menu is “Rice bowl with charcoal grilled chicken & Sweet sauce” with information on how much calories you are getting if you are to order this dish.Very considerate of this restaurant to provide this information as Singaporean are all going toward a healthy diet and these information will s
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Ootoya Japanese Restaurant” located at Orchard Central. This restaurant is nicely designed as they make used of their area well even though they do not have much space for usage.
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Sumitoridon description on the menu is “Rice bowl with charcoal grilled chicken & Sweet sauce” with information on how much calories you are getting if you are to order this dish.

Very considerate of this restaurant to provide this information as Singaporean are all going toward a healthy diet and these information will sure be very helpful to all people especially those who are looking out on how much Calories they are taking.

The overall taste of this dish is nice but I think the meat are a bit tough and it the sauce is not really nice.
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Charcoal Grilled Chicken Salad with Basil Sauce

This dish is being served using a large tray with nice presentation to make our stomach asking when to start eating it. For calories wise, it is 567kcal for alacarte and 863kcal for set meal (Unlimited serving of white or Gokoku rice for set meal). I love the way they mix salad together with the grilled chicken meat as I love to eat salad too.

As mentioned earlier, I think the overall taste is nice due to their skill in mixing the sauce and for this dish, the salad and sauce helped to enhance the overall taste. For the grilled chicken, I hope they can make it more tender and juicer in future as the texture is a bit too tough in my opinion.
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Charcoal Grilled Chicken with red Vinegar
I really think the chef of this restaurant really knows how to make nice sauce as they really helps to enhance the overall taste of their dishes. The red vinegar sauce is a bit sourish but compensate the plain chicken taste which makes this very nice to go with their white or Gokoku rice (I eaten 2 bowls of rice which I rarely do so) and their eggs are nicely done too. Good job for the chef.
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The difference between White Rice and Gokoku rice. Gokoku rice is a combination of brown rice, barley, black sesame, and corn which contains great vitamins, minerals and vegetable fibre that our body needs. (Enlarged from image)
The differences of calories:
White Rice - 252 Kcal
Gokoku Rice - 244 Kcal

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http://www.shootnblog.com/?p=1312

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